From: Bob Vincent (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 30 1999 - 15:13:32 EST
Steven Craig Miller <email@example.com> wrote in response to Maurice
A. O'Sullivan's comment:
> << Running a search in the Logos program, I found what I consider a
> remarkable statistic:
> Occurrence of "Hermas" in BAGD: 4408 in 1761 >>
> I'm impressed that you have an electronic edition of BAGD (I didn't know
> that such existed). But I'm puzzled by the expression: "4408 in 1761",
> does this mean?
Dear Steven and Maurice,
BAGD 2nd edition is available through Logos: http://www.logos.com/
The 4408 means that the word _Hermas_ is found 4408 times in BAGD, and that
there are references to _Hermas_ under 1761 different Greek words.
"The more one separates oneself from the canons of the Christian church, the
further one distances oneself from the truth . . . .. Art is made of
itself, and one cannot create upon a creation, even though we are ourselves
graftings of Jesus Christ."
Igor Stravinsky in Vera Stravinsky and Robert Craft _Stravinsky in Pictures
and Documents_ (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978), p. 295
Robert Benn Vincent, Sr.
Grace Presbyterian Church
4900 Jackson Street
Alexandria, Louisiana 71303-2509
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